10/31/2011

Romania medievala


10/30/2011

Randuri peste randuri de uratenie


Arhitectura veche infipta in design nou; urata pe atatea nivele.

Catedrala Sf. Iosif din Cluj-Napoca (in constructie din anii '90 )



10/29/2011

PROTV: Cum strânge Biserica Ortodoxă averi de milioane de euro?




Reportaj PRO TV - 20 Oct. 2011


Un citat interesant, din 2010, de la ministrul finantelor:

"Trebuie sa ajutam Biserica, pentru ca de la buget nu vin foarte multi bani, iar aceasta activitate cred ca trebuie sustinuta de stat"

10/28/2011

BBC: furtul de bebelusi din Spania si ce face Biserica Catolica




BBC exploreaza scandalul cu Biserica Catolica spaniola in acuzatiile (valide) de furt rapire de copii si bebelusi de la persoane "nepotrivite"...

Trafic de bebelusi.

Furt de bebelusi.

Biserica Catolica.

Crestini si valori de familie...

10/25/2011

Prietenul la nevoie se cu...


click:


Blasfemie @ 25 oct. 2011


Mountain jew






Jesus warrior





tacos!!






Jesus Jackson...






Jesus bed






Jesus the Clown


10/24/2011

BOR masina cea futila




- Sute de preoti si maici
- Sute de milioane de euro in investitii la CMN
- Sute sau mii de oameni veniti sa vada mumii in cutiute lucioase

0% productivitate


Macar daca erau artisti contribuiau la valoarea culturii romanesti... dar astia-s doar capuse.

Credinta in reintoarcerea lui Jesus in SUA


Statistici deprimante, nu?

Today's GoFigure infographic looks at the beliefs of Christians who wait for the return of Jesus.
Source:LiveScience

10/23/2011

Hristos cu rosii si sare


Uneori comercialismul crestin este foarte amuzant. Din punctul meu de vedere, impartasania/euharistia este o forma de canibalism simbolic, dar se pare ca unii sunt atat de comozi cu asa idei, incat au bagat industrializare la produs.







Probabil ca doar cutia e produsa industrial, dar si asa... e doar un fel de conserva de zombi.

10/22/2011

10:23 Romania 2011 - video compilation


Un mix din campania 10:23.

Urmariti in HD daca puteti!



http://podcast.sceptici.ro/

"Va multumesc pentru serviciile voastre"


10/21/2011

Sheldon's fundie mom talks about a christian boat ride (TV show)


Un inceput amuzant la un episod din serialul The Big Bang Theory.




Sheldon's fundamentalist Mom comes to town (The Big Bang Theory). "Christian Boat Ride" . From the start of episode S05E06.

10/19/2011

What the fuck does "What the bleep do we know" know?




O critica rapida a acelui "documentar". Tin minte cand l-am vazut prima oara avea niste deja dubii, desi nu stiam exact despre ce era vorba. De atunci, fenomenul woo-apa-homeopatie-cuantica a crescut si s-a mai diversificat.

10/18/2011

Ce e asta... nici nu stiu... ce.. asta...


10/17/2011

In Ierusalim, evreii ultra-ortodocsi picheteaza agresiv o scoala unde merg fete ortodoxe (tot evrei)


Biblie, vechiul testament, valori de familie, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.



October 10, 2011 on BBC News

In a town on the outskirts of Jerusalem school runs have become the focal point for an ugly struggle over land and power.



Groups of ultra-orthodox Jewish protesters have been picketing a new girls school.



They say their religious sense of modesty is offended by the sight of the girls and their families passing their homes on their way to school, even though the families themselves are also from an orthodox community

10/16/2011

De ce conservam si stocam mortii?


Imi amintesc de un citat de la George Carlin"

"Cemeteries: there's an idea who's time has passed. Saving all the dead people in one part of town? What kind of superstitious religious medieval bullshit idea is that? Plow these fuckers up, we need that phosphorus for farming! If we're going to recycle, let's get serious!"






Tipa asta vrea sa produca un costum special "fungal" care sa poata sa consume eficient cadavrul, distrugand si toxinele (macar partial), pe care le acumuleaza omul in timpul vietii. Adica... omul modern nu mai e chiar un "fertilizator" de calitate pentru sol.



Distractia nu se opreste aici; ciupercile sunt comestibile. Poate ca pare ciudat, dar treaba aceasta ar fi un pas inainte spre o cultura care recunoaste ca indivizii mor si asta-i viata.

10/14/2011

Cretris




E mai greu ca Tetris...

Darth Jesus




Rugaciunea - reflexe pavloviene




10/13/2011

Recensamant 2011. Ce raspunzi, platesti.


10/11/2011

Blasfemie matinala cu C&H comics


Nu va arat nimic.

CLICK: http://www.explosm.net/comics/2573/

10/10/2011

Dezbatere la o televiziune australiana - despre ateism





Atheists have been quick to point to the evils done in the name of religion and claim their criticism of religion is grounded in science and reason. Their opponents have championed faith as a source of inspiration and as an essential aspect of the human condition.

However, beyond rhetorical skirmishes, in the end, just one fundamental question must be answered: does God exist?

At a lively IQ2 Debate in Sydney, two teams battled it out on the notion that: "Atheists are Wrong".

Poll results


At each IQdebate the audience is polled on the topic, both before and after the debate takes place. Here are the results for this debate:
Pre-debate poll Post-debate poll
For: 28.5% 28%
Undecided:15.5% 6%
Against:56% 66%
Speakers For:

Peter Jensen is Archbishop of the Anglican Church in Sydney and across New South Wales. He is a former lecturer and Principal of Moore Theological College, having earned a doctorate of philosophy from Oxford for his research on Elizabethan Protestantism. His book, "At the Heart of the Universe", is used around the world as an introductory text on Christian Doctrine at many universities. His 2005 Boyer Lecture series for the ABC, "The Future of Jesus", has been published as a book.

Dr Tracey Rowland is the Dean of the John Paul II Institute in Melbourne and a Permanent Fellow in Political Philosophy and Continental Theology. She is also an Adjunct Professor of the Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society of the University of Notre Dame, Sydney. Dr Rowland holds a doctorate from the Divinity School of Cambridge University and has published widely including two books on the theology of Benedict XVI.

Scott Stephens is the Religion & Ethics editor for ABC Online. Before joining the ABC he taught theology and theological ethics for many years. He has written extensively about the intersections among philosophy, theology and politics, the work of Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek, the political theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and John Paul II, the moral problem of secularism and why atheism stems from the theological revolution of Christianity.

Against:

Dr Tamas Pataki is honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne's School of Historical and Philosophical Studies and honorary Fellow of Deakin University. He studied philosophy at the University of Melbourne and psychoanalysis at University College, London University. Dr Pataki has been a lecturer in philosophy at RMIT, University of Tasmania and University of Melbourne. He is the author of the book, "Against Religion".

Jane Caro runs her own communications consultancy and lectures in Advertising Creative at UWS. She is author of three books and is currently writing about atheism. Caro appears regularly in the media, is an occasional radio host and a panelist on ABC-TV's "The Gruen Transfer".

Russell Blackford is a philosopher, literary critic and creative writer. He is a Conjoint Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle. His qualifications include separate PhDs in English literature and philosophy. Blackford is Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Evolution and Technology and the author of many books, articles, essays and short stories. His books include "50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists" (2009), co-edited with Udo Schuklenk. His new book, "Freedom of Religion and the Secular State", is due for publication in 2011.

Chair:

Dr Simon Longstaff is the Executive Director of St James Ethics Centre and has a PhD in Philosophy from Cambridge. Before that, Dr Longstaff worked in the Northern Territory in the Safety Department of BHP subsidiary, GEMCO, lectured at Cambridge University and consulted to the Cambridge Commonwealth and Overseas Trusts. His book "Hard Cases, Tough Choices" was published in 1997.

10/09/2011

Hitler, Dumnezeu si destinul german


Un fragment luat din acest articol: Germanii ştiau despre crimele naziştilor, conform unui jurnal inedit



Vorbindu-le soldaţilor germani, Adolf Hitler a făcut apel la judecata lui Dumnezeu în discursul său de Anul Nou, marcând intrarea în anul 1944: "El ştie de ţelurile pentru care luptăm. Dumnezeu va continua să ne testeze până când va pronunţa sentinţa. Datoria noastră este cea de a ne asigura că nu părem prea slabi în ochii lui. Însă vom avea parte de o judecată plină de milă care se va numi "victorie" şi va reprezenta viaţa poporului german!".

Am mai scris despre credinta si regimul Hitler, asa ca acesta e doar un memento.

Humans, o animatie


Humans! from three legged legs on Vimeo.


E un fel de "Ce e ecologia? in 60 de secunde". Evident, nu doar oamenii sunt o problema ecologica, dar am/au devenit un factor primar.

Blasfemie in poze NSFW


O selectie draguta:





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10/08/2011

Short history of Satan [audio]


A podcast made by the people from Irreligiosophy:





Jokes, fun, blasphemy, etymology, theology, mythology...

Joemma were both having weeks from Hell, so we thought giving Satan some attention might get him off our backs. In this episode, we return to the wormy core of the Earth to discuss Satan (our sweet, forsaken Satan). From Genesis to Revelation, Enoch to NIV, this adversary, slanderer and liar (well, sort of) makes his presence known. Whether it be serpent, multi-headed horned beast, Santa Claus or brother of Jesus, this dude is everywhere. The Satan and his fiery stones are not to be messed with. If you do, they can screw up your audio (blame him, not us).



Download: mp3


O scurta istorie si etimologiei a personajului mitic "satana" sau "diavolul" din mitologia crestina - evreiasca.


10/07/2011

We are all cyborgs (TED)






Technology is evolving us, says Amber Case, as we become a screen-staring, button-clicking new version of homo sapiens. We now rely on "external brains" (cell phones and computers) to communicate, remember, even live out secondary lives. But will these machines ultimately connect or conquer us? Case offers surprising insight into our cyborg selves.

10/06/2011

Pariul lui Barker


Să presupunem că există un dumnezeu, dar că acesta va recompensa doar oamenii care vor avea destul curaj să nu creadă în el. Acest tip de dumnezeu nu este mai improbabil ca cel propus de Pascal. Crezând într-un dumnezeu, creştinii riscă tortură eternă! Când vor muri, vor fi foarte surprinşi (la fel şi ateii).


...sau cum sa frustrezi un an credincios care foloseste argumentul "pariul lui Pascal" :)

Salvati planeta!





...mmmust.have.shirt.



"E magie; ce sa spun?"


10/05/2011

Ce facea Jesus prin 1942


Un fel de "Meanwhile, in the USA,"









P.S. fenomenul e cunoscut si sub denumirea de cristofascism

10/03/2011

The Economist anunta: oamenii se nasc cu un instinct pentru generozitate si altruism


Intotdeauna ma bucur cand persoanele cu o functie mentala mai primitiva descopera ca lumea umana e mai mult decat credeau in doctrinele lor.

Multi economisti, la fel ca multi monoteisti, isi traiesc viata crezand ca omul e un animal foarte egoist si pacatos - si incearca sa profite in acest sens ( egoismul e exploatat prin diviziune, iar "pacatul" e exploatat prin subjugare psihologica bazata pe sentimentele de vinovatie, rusine etc. fata de ceva "superior si pur"). Cultura functioneaza prin reproducerea ideilor, iar pentru ca asa oameni promoveaza acele idei, generatiile care cresc in culturile respective incorporeaza automat respectivele ideologii... in pofida naturii umane.


Evidence from economic games played in the laboratory for real money suggests humans are both trusting of those they have no reason to expect they will ever see again, and surprisingly unwilling to cheat them—and that these phenomena are deeply ingrained in the species’s psychology.




Studying human evolution directly is obviously impossible. The generation times are far too long. But it is possible to isolate features of interest and examine how they evolve in computer simulations. To this end Dr Delton and Dr Krasnow designed software agents that were able to meet up and interact in a computer’s processor.

The agents’ interactions mimicked those of economic games in the real world, though the currency was arbitrary “fitness units” rather than dollars. This meant that agents which successfully collaborated built up fitness over the period of their collaboration. Those that cheated on the first encounter got a one-off allocation of fitness, but would never be trusted in the future. Each agent had an inbuilt and heritable level of trustworthiness (ie, the likelihood that it would cheat at the first opportunity) and, in each encounter it had, it was assigned a level of likelihood (detectable by the other agent) that it would be back for further interactions.

After a certain amount of time the agents reproduced in proportion to their accumulated fitness; the old generation died, and the young took over. The process was then repeated for 10,000 generations (equivalent to about 200,000 years of human history, or the entire period for which Homo sapiens has existed), to see what level of collaboration would emerge.

The upshot was that, as the researchers predicted, generosity pays—or, rather, the cost of early selfishness is greater than the cost of trust. This is because the likelihood that an encounter will be one-off, and thus worth cheating on, is just that: a likelihood, rather than a certainty. This fact was reflected in the way the likelihood values were created in the model. They were drawn from a probability distribution, so the actual future encounter rate was only indicated, not precisely determined by them.



Sursa: http://www.economist.com/node/21524698

10/02/2011

Cele 7 pacate cardinale; alte nonsensuri cretine


The amazing atheist explica problemele:

Richard Dawkins on RT TV (25min)




Interviu general despre cartile sale... genetica... "selfish gene"...

10/01/2011

C. Hitchens vs B. Brummett: has religion been a positive force in culture




Debate between renowned journalist and author Christopher Hitchens and Dr. Barry Brummett (Chair, Department of Communication Studies, University of Texas at Austin) on the resolution "Religion has been a positive force in culture," June 4, 2011. Organized by the Department of English Language and Literature, University of Waterloo (http://www.english.uwaterloo.ca/), as part of the Literature, Rhetoric, and Values Conference, 3-5 June 2011.

Moderated by Jian Ghomeshi, an award-winning broadcaster, writer, musician and producer. He is the host and co-creator of the national daily talk program, Q, on CBC Radio One and CBC TV (http://www.cbc.ca/q/). Since its inception in 2007, Q has garnered the largest audience of any cultural affairs program in Canada and has become the highest-rated show in its morning time slot in CBC history.

In Part 1, Jian Ghomeshi introduces the two debaters.

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